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aussiesapphire
Feb 18, 2019
Looks like lots of fun, but not for me lol

"Don't Let People Get You down
No matter where you go, there will always be two groups of people:

One who likes you and one who does not. Be encouraged by the ones who do and pray for the ones who don't." unknown

Good night and God bless. Hugs.
darambo
Feb 18, 2019
Morning Aussie, really liked the quote this morning.Used to love to ride bikes until one Christmas morning I was trying out my little brothers new 10 speed and fell off. I broke my right ankle in 3 different places, took months for it to heal. Rode a bike a few times since, just so I could prove to myself I could still ride. I am such a clutz lol! Be safe my friends and take care all.
elijah13
Feb 18, 2019
Like your saying today. Very true!
nlbuchanan
Feb 18, 2019
Good quote, aussie, and Biblical too. "...and pray for them which despitefully use you..." Matthew 5:44
nborchardt
Feb 18, 2019
Excellent quote, aussie, with great advice.
aussiesapphire
Feb 18, 2019
Thanks folks, needed to hear that one myself yesterday. God bless all of you. Hugs.
aknan
Feb 19, 2019
I gave up riding bikes in 2006, on Maui. Did the bike trip down Haleakala volcano. Ended up with a broken collarbone, twisted ankle, mild concussion and a fist-sized chunk of flesh missing from my right thigh. It was our 25th wedding anniversary and I spent the entire time in a wheelchair!
elijah13
Feb 20, 2019
OOOOO! Do you have any lingering effects from it?
aknan
Feb 20, 2019
Yes, elijah. I have nerve damage in my right thigh that leaves it numb and/or with a burning sensation if I'm on my feet too long and my handwriting, which was never that great to begin with, has definitely deteriorated. I will never forget how many colors my entire body had as the bruises healed. Also, I hit the embankment hard enough to bruise my internal organs, including my liver.
darambo
Feb 20, 2019
Akan I've been up to Haleakala also, but in a car not brave enough to ride down, up not so much going up. That is one hell of a road with all the twists and turns, that's exactly why I wouldn't bike down. Sorry you wrecked, that must have been one heck of a fall. You could have been killed!! So have you been on a bike since? You be safe and take care.
aknan
Feb 20, 2019
Luckily, the steep cliff was on the left of the road and I went right, into the embankment, or I'd be dead! The only bike I've ridden since was a stationary one when I was doing PT this past summer - and I even had trepidations about that!
retirenow14
Feb 21, 2019
My ability to balance a bike and enjoy the ride has apparently disappeared. I found this out when my husband bought us each a bicycle so that we could use them for exercise. Both of us only rode the new bikes a couple times...
jas6415
Feb 18, 2019
I enjoyed doing this one. I never had a bicycle
dbnc2
Feb 18, 2019
I didn't either I learned to ride my nephews when I was fifteen or sixteen
trynfindit
Feb 18, 2019
Why no bike?
dbnc2
Feb 18, 2019
To poor to buy one
micki
Feb 18, 2019
My two wheeler was my favorite friend as a young girl. In my days a kid could be out from early daytime until dusk and parents didn't worry about them. Ahhh...the good old days.
trynfindit
Feb 18, 2019
Amen
tshepherd24
Feb 18, 2019
Fun puzzle. Have a Happy Sunday everyone. :-)
JAMP124
Feb 18, 2019
Not easy, but satisfying.
nborchardt
Feb 18, 2019
I had serious, shall we say "thoughts", when doing this puzzle. My mom and step-dad got me a full sized 2 wheeler bike when I was 5-6 yrs. old with no training wheels and my step-dad had no intention of putting training wheels on the bike, so I could learn to ride it when I grew into it. When he "tried" to teach me how to ride the bike, all the way up to 6th grade, he would continue to tell me how stupid I was and why couldn't I learn to do this! I finally had enough and walked, actually "stomped", away and never touched the bike again. I suppose that was "cutting off my nose to save my face", and I have only ridden a bike once since then when I was an adult, I have never warmed up to bikes. There's my "tale of woe" for today! Have a wonderful day and may it be filled with blessings.
nlbuchanan
Feb 18, 2019
That was fun, matching up all the different colored curves.

God bless you all and may life never "throw you a curve"
pixipixil
Feb 18, 2019
My first bike was like that. It was cobalt blue and my father had to force me to learn to ride without the trainer wheels. I was too scared to try on my own. It only took him an hour to get me riding.
Hoping you are all much braver than I.
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